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BIOLOGY 410/510: Integrative Invertebrate Zoology

Why use books?

Books provide a different treatment of a topic than journal articles, by giving a broader, more holistic view. They can be helpful for identifying historical or background information on a topic, and they can help you identify the primary, important researchers on a topic. Often you can find a book chapter that is relevant to your topic; you don't need to read an entire book!

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For print books, limit results to 'Available in the Library'.
To 'Get it', you need three things that display in the record:

(1) Status -- if the item is 'available' (in place)
(2) Collection -- the Collection and floor where the item is shelved
(3) Call Number --  the entire call number (email or text it to yourself)

For ebooks, limit to 'Full Text Online'.
To 'View It', click the link for Online Access or the link after Full Text available at:___
Select Read Online for Proquest Ebook Central books, and click to view the PDF for EBSCOhost Ebooks.

View the tutorial "How Do I Find a Book?" Still not sure how to find a book? Contact Ask Us


You can access electronic books through the Library's online catalog, Primo. To find e-books in Primo, just type in the keywords electronic books in one search fields and your topic in another.

You can also search the e-book databases directly using the following links. If off-campus, at the prompt enter your Husky ID (email address) and password. For additional assistance, Ask a Librarian.

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